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Animal related activities

Here you will find details of activities involving animals and wildlife.

Antenatal and postnatal support

Find advice and support groups to support you during pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.

Applying for a funded place for a 2, 3 or 4 year old

Information about applying for a funded place for a 2, 3 or 4 year old. All children from the term after their 3rd birthday are entitled to 15 hours free early education and childcare each week for up to 38 weeks of the year.  Some children…

Applying for a place in the reception class of a school

A place in a school nursery does not guarantee admission to the school and parents must apply for a place at the school if they want their child to transfer to the reception class. Parents/Carers can choose to continue to take up their child's free place at…


Apprenticeships are work-based programmes, for those aged 16 and over, that lead to a nationally recognised qualifications. They can be for existing or new staff and take 1 – 4 years to complete dependent on the level and subject area.

Assisted transport

This section contains details of businesses and charities that provide taxis, transport and minibuses for people with sight problems, require wheelchair adapted vehicles and elderly people who wish to remain independent.


Befriending provides companionship for isolated people, the chance to develop new relationships and opportunities to participate in social activities.

Benefits and welfare

Find services to help you manage your money.  Advice on benefits and grants. Visit to find out about benefits you may be eligible for.


Support for people who have suffered a bereavement. There are a number of different types of support, including face to face, telephone or group support.

Breaks for Carers

Replacement Care is a service provided to the person you care for to allow you to take a break. This could be a service at home, or sometimes elsewhere.
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